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Senix's ToughSonic sensors are able to consistently and accurately measure the level of lubricant oil within tanks. As demand for lubricating oils continues to increase, the ability to measure these levels is becoming increasingly important.
This article discusses how patterned electrodes can be used for chemical sensors.
A field effect transistor (FET) is a key electronic component that is used throughout numerous areas of the electronics industry.
Biosensor chips consist of an array of distinct biosensors that can be individually monitored and used for the analysis of numerous analytes.
This article will provide an easy-to-follow framework for building a deep learning inference system for less than $600.
CMOS and sCMOS sensors have set the benchmark for both performance and value in machine vision in several industries, and this article will explain the benefits and costs of each technology for biomedical applications.
How do you know what machine vision camera is best for your biomedical imaging application? In the following sections, we cover several aspects to consider when choosing a machine vision camera for your biomedical and life science applications.
6 FLIR machine vision cameras captured the event from multiple angles, documenting all stages of the thrilling touchdown. While only a few minutes long, the footage has already helped engineers evaluate how well their work performed in space.
Fires in the forestry industry are a real and palpable threat. Infrared temperature measurement is a method by which the risk of fire can be mitigated. Optris monitoring systems are a powerful tool in increasing safety.
EMVA1288 is a standard that defines what aspects of camera performance to measure, how to measure them, and how to present the results in a unified method.